Rheem Water Heaters

A water heater is usually a tank in which water is stored and kept continuously hot until you are ready to use it. There are many different types of water heaters around, and one reliable manufacturer is Rheem. They make water heaters in several different designs and that use different methods of power to heat the water. A lot of the water heaters are very expensive, in the thousands, but there are also many, many, cheaper alternatives, also by Rheem. Let’s take a look at some of your options for buying a water heater from Rheem.

The first one we are going to take a look at, is a water heater from the Rheem Professional Series. This particular model is a gas powered water heater, and is suitable for homes. A good thing about the Professional Series water heaters is that they have a low NOx design, so that they have low nitrous oxide emissions. Rheem’s patented EverKleen system is also included in this line of water heaters. EverKleen provides more hot water, as well as combating against sediment build up, and lowering your fuel costs. The Rheem Professional line also comes with an impressive eight year warranty.

The next water heaters to look at from Rheem, are from the Marathon Series. These water heaters are electric, as opposed to the gas range mentioned above. The tank is a polybutene one so there won’t be any rust or corrosion. They have multiple layers of fibreglass, which improves the overall strength of the tank. The outer layer of the tank also has a protective material that will protect the tank against any dents or scratches that may occur. They also feature Polyurethane Envirofoam™ which helps to reduce energy consumption, which is not only environmentally friendly, but also reduces your overall costs.

Another range from Rheem is the SolPak Active Solar System Series. The two series mentioned above are gas and electric powered, the SolPak series are all solar powered. As you can imagine, this makes this particular line a lot more environmentally friendly, and would work out a lot cheaper in the long run. This series features a double wall heat exchanger in a copper wrap around design. They are all energy star qualified. There are several sizes available to fit your needs. There is also a warranty of ten years which should put any potential customers minds at ease.

The final water tank to consider is the Rheem Tankless 53 Indoor Direct Vent Series. Again, this is powered by gas. They feature the Guardian SBT™ sensing burner technology, and other features exclusive to Rheem. They produce continuous hot water, and are very energy efficient. The models that go outdoors have freeze protection so that you don’t have to worry about the water freezing during the Winter months and causing any problems.

So, there are many options for you if you are considering purchasing a Rheem Water Heater for your home. Prices will vary a lot, because some are more advanced and have more features, but there are some water heaters from Rheem that are very reasonably priced and can do the required job just fine. You should consider several factors. You need to think about what you want your water heater to be powered by, solar power, electricity, gas, or any other method, and think about the things that are important to you when it comes to water heaters, do your research. As long as you look properly at all of the different factors, and keep in mind that you will need to use your water heater a lot, then you will be able to find a Rheem Water Heater to fit your needs.

This Rheem Water Heaters Review is Written/Updated on Nov 25th, 2010 and filed under Home Appliances. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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